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Aug 17, 2013 9:00am PDT
and scranton where he will be joined by vice president joe biden. he's a big favorite there among voters. that should get a lot of attention. the president really trying to frame the debate. he'll be talk about college affordability. some of the other issues he talked on involved winding down fannie mae and freddie mac. really trying to map out his larger fiscal goals. all of this is to tee up the fights we'll see unfold in the fall which is the budget and also the debt ceiling which has been a big point of contention in the past. >> i know we have both said how we're looking forward to talking about that. >> reporter: oh, yes. >>> let's get to some more front page politics. a pennsylvania judge has ruled the state cannot enforce its voter i.d. law during the upcoming election. it also barred from having local election officials from telling voters that photo i.d.s will be required in future elections. naacp and other civics groups are challenging the law. >>> he released statement sawing the law would serve only to coop fuse law-abiding gun owners with the threat of imprisonment for law
Aug 25, 2013 9:00am PDT
who has been outspoken on that and taken a leadership role, so has joe biden and the president of the united states, you might see the president evoking gay rights, gay marriage tomorrow. right before the election, he went to caesar chavez's grave, and prayed, barack obama and sat with the widow of caesar chavez. yes, we can, coming from the chavez movement. it might be an opportunity to bring the latino movement into the fold and have a talk about the poverty situation, that no one should be afraid of a midnight knock on the door. there's a lot of opportunity for the president. again, reread the second inaugural and i think this will almost be a component speech to the social justice part of what i thought was an excellent second inaugural. >> you know, it will be interesting to see how he ties the issues together. finally, james, i want to get to something i found interesting from "the washington post." they issued a mea culpa, turning out the "post" missed a lot of things in their coverage in 1963. they were forthcoming about this. the front page lead story in 1963 about the
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